Former Delaware Hayes standout and current Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jacket Andrew Sierawski was recently named to the 2016 Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference team.
The junior — a Dean’s List student, Jacket Scholar and member of the Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society — majors in Mathematics and finished the fall with a 3.64 GPA. He was one of 28 Baldwin Wallace student-athletes to be honored.
As a freshman in 2014-2015, Sierawski played his first season of football and received a certificate of participation. He split time between the varsity and junior varsity teams on the offensive line. BW finished 5-5 overall.
As a sophomore, he earned his first varsity letter. The Academic All-OAC performer started at offensive tackle on the varsity and helped BW to average 31.5 points and 420.6 yards of total offense per game. BW finished 7-3 overall and tied for second place in the OAC.
So far as a junior, Sierawski played his third season of football and earned his second letter. He started on the varsity offensive line at center, helping the Yellow Jackets average 28.5 points and 351.2 yards of total offense per game.
In order to be selected as Academic All-OAC a student-athlete must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average, be in residence at the school for at least a year and maintain varsity status.
The 28 student-athletes recognized included seven from football, two from men’s cross country, six from men’s soccer, four from volleyball, one from women’s cross country and eight from women’s soccer.
Of the 28 selections, three are three-time Academic All-OAC student-athletes, seven, including Sierawski, are repeat selections from 2015 and 18 garnered their first selection.